Has Debit Outlived Its Shelf Life?
- Date:July 07, 2016
- Sarah Grotta
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The debit card is one of the most used payment types, but is it in danger of being replaced?
Debit cards are used nearly every day by consumers, but
the time may come when debit cards are no longer the “go to” payment product. A
combination of new technology and the fading revenue opportunities for issuers
may spell the end of days for debit.
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